Category Archives: managing change

When people ask how business can benefit from social activities – learnings  in India 

Often I’m asked: How was it in India? What did you experience? Is it safe? There must have been a lot of poverty?! Do you go back again? Working with a NGO as a business representative ?A lot of questions … Continue reading

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A kindergarten teacher of rural India talks about digital access

Digital is simply key to education, health and wealth. After a first digital training with 15 kindergarten teacher from rural India we run an interview with one of the participants. Watch the video   Related content: In  South India, in … Continue reading

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India: what stigmatized patients need – besides medical treatment 

Understanding patients’ needs, care that goes beyond medical treatment and technical aid – we all have heard about it, but what it really means to be and to conduct a meaningful life as a stigmatized patient is often still not … Continue reading

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Make it simply happen – Blood pressure testing in a tribal village

It was an amazing experience and an unexpected one – yesterday we could not run a health awareness program as planned, because the chief minister of Tamil Nadu had passed away the day before and it was not possible for … Continue reading

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So happy to meet my graphic designer girls from Mangalore 

Just a year ago I met them for the first time. The girls come from a difficult family background, partly they have grown up in the orphanage in Mangalore. Every morning they come and take graphic design classes, offered by … Continue reading

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